Hangover 2 Trailer →
This… looks… okay, this looks great. People are gonna jump on an anti-Hangover 2 bandwagon, but this looks just as fun and chaotic as the original. Sure, shit looks the same in terms of plot, but no one expects these dudes to evolve. Can’t wait.
Top Ten Topics of Conversation for Los Angeles...
spiegelman: The traffic. The potholes. The absence or surfeit of rain and how that affects the traffic and/or potholes. Jonathan Gold. The Trader Joe’s parking lot. How this thing compares to some similar or opposite thing in New York. How this movie is like that one movie meets another movie. That fucking world music on Morning Becomes Eclectic. (Come on now, Jason Bentley.) The reasons...
All I want to do is continue to make my show, and make it in the way I want to,...– Matthew Weiner will get to do that for 2, possibly 3, more seasons. I’ll drink to that. (via cajunboy)
Who’s Your Daddy? - An adult who had been put up for adoption as an infant was...– List of television series considered the worst - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (via interweber) File in: Lists I will be going over tomorrow. (via bestrooftalkever) I know what I’m doing at work tomorrow. Hint: it’s not work.
They’re fucking gross, man. Look, I love beautiful girls too. I think everyone...– Amy Poehler on American Apparel (via mollylambert)
joestarr: I’m excited that we’re helping the rebels in Libya. It turned out really well when we did it in Afghanistan.
Tom Ford's five easy lessons in how to be a... →
attentiondoozers: coketalk: 1. You should put on the best version of yourself when you go out in the world because that is a show of respect to the other people around you. 2. A gentleman today has to work. People who do not work are so boring and are usually bored. You have to be passionate, you have to be engaged and you have to be contributing to the world. 3. Manners are very important...
almostfameless: “Be Prepared for Earthquake” or “Be Prepared to Profit from Threat of Said Earthquake” ? You tell me, rickety yellow sign.
The Dan Harmon School of Comedy Writing →